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International journal of medical informatics v.111, 2018년, pp.149 - 158   SCI SCIE
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Emergency information management needs and practices of older adults: A descriptive study

Turner, Anne M. (University of Washington, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, 1107 NE 45th St., Suite 400, Seattle, WA, 98105, USA ) ; Osterhage, Katie (University of Washington, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, 1107 NE 45th St., Suite 400, Seattle, WA, 98105, USA ) ; Loughran, Julie (University of Washington, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, 1107 NE 45th St., Suite 400, Seattle, WA, 98105, USA ) ; Painter, Ian (University of Washington, Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, 1107 NE 45th St., Suite 400, Seattle, WA, 98105, USA ) ; Demiris, George (Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Washington, 850 Republican Street, Box 358047, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA, USA ) ; Hartzler, Andrea L. (Department of Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Washington, 850 Republican Street, Box 358047, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA, USA ) ; Phelan, Elizabeth A. (Department of Health Services, School of Public Health, University of Washington, 1959 NE Pacific St, Seattle, WA, 98195, USA, USA ) ;
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    Abstract Objective To better understand how older adults currently manage emergency information, the barriers and facilitators to planning and management of emergency information, as well as the potential role of information technology to facilitate emergency planning and management. Introduction Older adults face a much higher risk of sudden illness/injury and are the age group with the largest percentages of emergent and urgent healthcare visits. Emergency information (health information needed in an emergency situation such as emergency contact information, diagnoses, and advance directives) needs to be maintained and easily accessible to ensure older adults get appropriate care and treatment consistent with their wishes in emergency situations. Current health information technologies rarely take into consideration the emergency information needs of older adults, their caregivers, and emergency responders. Methods As part of a larger study we performed in-depth interviews with 90 older adults living in a variety of residential settings (independent living, retirement communities, assisted living) regarding how they manage information about their health. Interview sessions included photos of important health information artifacts. Interviews were transcribed and coded. Results Analysis of in-depth interviews revealed that emergency information is a type of health information that older adults frequently manage. Participants differed in whether they practice emergency planning (e.g. the preparation and continued management of emergency information), and in whether they involve others in emergency information and emergency planning. Despite its importance, emergency information was often not up-to-date and not always kept in locations readily apparent to emergency responders. Conclusion Emergency information, such as emergency contact information, diagnoses, and advance directives, is a type of health information that older adults manage. Considering emergency information in the design of health information technologies for older adults could address some of the barriers and support the facilitators to emergency planning and information management. Highlights Emergency planning information is a type of health information that older adults frequently have to manage. Older adult individuals differ in whether or not they involve others in managing emergency planning information. Emergency planning information is often incomplete, out-of-date, and not in locations readily visible to emergency responders. Incorporating emergency planning information into health IT could support health information management for older adults.


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    Older adults .   Health information management .   Emergency planning .   Consumer health .   Qualitative methods .   Public health informatics.  

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